Travel the World: Dream and Budget for Your Next Adventure

Chanel Cartell & Stevo Dirnberger, How Far From Home

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8 Videos (28m)
    • Introduction

    • Setting Goals & Your Vision

    • Planning: Long Term Travel

    • Planning: Short Term Travel

    • Budgeting

    • Packing

    • Essential Travel Resources

    • Closing

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About This Class

Join Chanel & Stevo from the popular blog How Far From Home for an inspiring 28-minute class on how to travel the world on a budget!

In 2015, they left their advertising jobs, packed 4 bags, and took off. After more than 50,000 miles and 60 destinations in a single year, they're ready to share their insights and secrets. Your "someday" trip can happen sooner than you think!

Learn frameworks for budget planning, tips for accommodations and transport, and ways to get inspired for your next trip — plus all of Chanel & Stevo's favorite apps and resources.

Whether you're embarking on long-term travel or want a weekend getaway, get everything you need to take off.

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Lots of practical suggestions from Chanel and Stevo, great inspiration to start planning and budgeting the journey of a lifetime.
Hi guys, Thanks for this great class. Coincidentally my wife and I left Johannesburg on 1 March 2015 on a 14 month overland journey from Joburg all the way to the border of China. Your tips on how to save money by volunteering and house sitting are quite helpful for future travels. I have made many notes for our next adventure ;-) Keep exploring! Farhaan





How Far From Home is a personal project created by award-winning ex-advertising creatives, Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger.

Chanel and Stevo left their comfortable lives in Johannesburg, South Africa in early 2015, to embark on a creative journey around the world. Their mission is to see how far from home they can get – literally to see how many kilometres they can clock up, and figuratively to see how far out of the comfort zone they can push themselves.

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